More on Alice and William.
1346-1349 - Page 300
Great Britain. Public Record Office, Sir H. C. Maxwell Lyte - 1972 - Snippet view - More editions
... all the lands which belonged to Thomas and which were in the king's hand by reason of the minority of Laurence, Thomas's son and heir, ... Bedford for the manors of Pabenham, Farendish and Hynewyk and the messuage and carucate in Hynewyk. ... William and Alice, Master John and the escheators of the said counties for the present and the future of the said issues from the time of Thomas's death.
The Manors of Suffolk: The hundreds of Babergh and Blackbourn
Walter Arthur Copinger, Harold Bernard Copinger - 1905 - Snippet view
She married Sir Edmund de Pakenham,1 and on his death in 1332 held until 1353. 2 She had remarried Hugh de ... Sir Thomas de Pakenham enfeoffed Sir John de Ufford and others in 1355 and died in 1358. On the Originalia Rolls this year ...
Sir Thomas Barre marries Elizabeth Croyser, dau. of William and widow of Camoys and Kendale
History of Parliament (for Sir Thomas Barre, d. 1419/20 father of the Sir Thomas who married Alice Talbot)
"b.c.1349, 3rd. s. and event. h. of Thomas de la Barre† of Rotherwas, by Hawise, sis. and coh. of Sir Richard Pembridge of Ayot St. Lawrence. m. by 1381, Elizabeth (d. 14 Dec. 1420), da. of Sir William Croyser of Stoke Dabernon, Surr. by his 1st w., wid. of Sir Ralph Camoys and of Sir Edward Kendale (d.1375), of Hitchin, Herts., 1s. 1da. Kntd. by 1373.1 History of Parliament
History of Parliament (entry for Sir William Croyser the younger, son of William and his second wife, Elizabeth)
“William Croyser the younger had no claim to the extensive Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire property of his father’s first wife, Alice Pavenham,”
Croyser sources here
in 1366 it was settled upon Sir William Crosier and Elizabeth his daughter, who was apparently about to become the wife of Edward Kendale, son of the before-mentioned Edward.(fn. 141) In 1373 this manor was again conveyed by Edward Kendale to Sir William Crosier and others for the purposes of a settlement. (fn. 142) Edward Kendale the younger died in 1375, (fn. 143) but before his death he apparently conveyed the reversion of the manor after the death of Elizabeth his wife to Sir William Crosier. (fn. 144) In 1376 Sir William Crosier and Elizabeth his daughter conveyed the manor to Robert Turk and Beatrice, (fn. 145) probably for life. Elizabeth wife of Edward Kendale the younger afterwards married Sir Thomas Barre, (fn. 146) and in 1391 John Grey and Elizabeth his wife, who was the widow of the late William Crosier, conveyed the reversion of the manor after the death of Elizabeth wife of Sir Thomas Barre to Sir Thomas Percy, Master William de Assheton, clerk, Thomas de Hungerford, knight, and Robert de Whitby, clerk, and the heirs of Robert. (fn. 147)
Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research - Volume 41 - Page 147
1968 - Snippet view - More editions
The younger Sir Edward married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Croyser, settling manors in Luton and Wrestlingworth (Beds.) and Maid- croft manor inHitchin (Herts.) on his heirs by her, with reversion to Croyser. In June 1376, during the ...